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The Association of Retarded Citizens of Greensboro will hold a candidates' forum at 7:30 p.m. Monday at Industrial Services of Guilford, 4009 W. Wendover Ave.

The candidates will be asked to talk about legislative and educational issues affecting the mentally retarded.The association invited the area N.C. House, N.C. Senate and school board candidates and candidates for the U.S. House and Senate.

So far, the following candidates have said they will attend:

Everett Crutchfield, a Democrat running for the N.C. Senate in the 19th District, which includes parts of Greensboro, Guilford County and Kernersville.

Rep. Joanne Bowie, a Republican, and Maura Fallon, a Democrat. Both are running for the N.C. House in the 27th District, which includes most of Greensboro, part of Jamestown and part of Guilford County.

Mark Ezzell, a Democrat, and Rep. Steve Wood, a Republican. Both are running for the N.C. House in the 28th District, which includes High Point, part of Jamestown, and three precincts in western Greensboro and southwestern Guilford County.

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